JEE Advanced 2019 last minute preparation Tips
Sansar.chhikara, 23 May 2019, #JEE Advanced
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JEE Advanced 2019 last minute preparation Tips - For JEE candidates, the real litmus test started after the conclusion of JEE Mains 2019. It is because unlike JEE Main, questions were more concept oriented that tested the candidates’ understanding of the fundamentals and ability to come up with resourceful answers. Many don’t call the exam an elimination test for nothing as it exploits every weakness the candidate has. Faced with an adversary like this, one can’t afford to put a foot wrong or make the mistake of taking things for granted. A mantra then adopted by many candidates to succeed in the exam is to start their JEE Advanced preparation early and slog hard. It surely is a recipe for success, but how things pan out also depends on how the child handles the last few days leading to the exam. Remember, exam anxiety peaks at this stage and missteps do happen, sometimes enough to derail a campaign. That is why we thought of chipping in with some last minute preparation tips for JEE Advanced 2019 that will help the candidate get over the line.
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Last minute preparation tips to crack JEE Advanced 2019

Any effort to serve the student can be effective only if we put ourselves in the shoes of the student and understand their psyche and pain points. And it is exactly what we tried to do while preparing our list of last minute preparation tips to crack JEE Advanced 2019. Additionally, we also considered expert opinion on the subject to come with this list for cracking JEE Advanced 2019. Read on!

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  • Don’t study any new topics – As it is the time to get ready for execution of what you have learned. If you start a new topic at this stage, it will take up a few hours or even a day, which you simply can’t afford. So, put a full stop to any new topics that you haven’t touched before. Instead, try to maximize what you have already studied.

  • Save time by sticking to notes – If you have made notes of the important points, read them. It will save you the trouble of having to go through large blocks of irrelevant text unless you really need to.

  • Revise, revise, revise – The importance of revision can hardly be over emphasised. It is because the more your revise, the more what you are studying will become second nature. And if it becomes second nature, the solutions would come out your brain without you being putting any effort. For effective revision, make sure that the time lag between successive revision is not too much; this way things will stay fresh in your mind and revision will be a breeze.

  • Solve sample and previous years’ papers – If you have been following the news lately, you must be up to date with the controversy that erupted over some questions created by a coaching institute being repeated in JEE Main. If you solve enough JEE Advanced sample and question papers, such easy pickings may present themselves before you. And even if they don’t, you will have enough fire-power and confidence to cut down to size anything that is thrown at you.

  • Get familiar with the online exam – This year for the first time the entrance exam will be conducted in complete online mode. As such, it is not a bad idea to take the JEE Advanced mock test, as it will help you get familiar with the functionalities of the exam. This in turn will help you save a few seconds or minute that you can utilize to solve that extra question. Familiarity with the exam will also help you get over exam jitters.

  • Take rest in between preparation: Many of us have the habit of slogging for extended hours as exam day looms. This is not advisable as it will extinguish your pool of energy and might also drag your spirit. Instead in these last few days, you must take timely breaks, drink sufficient water and take timely sleep. Sleep deprivation is in fact one of the main reasons why many candidates falter in exams despite having decent preparation. So to avoid any exam day blues, sleep you full quota of hours and wake up rejuvenated.

  • Finally plan for exam day – A simple thing like reaching the exam centre on time would ensure your nerves are not all over the place. Also, check out what all stuff you will need on exam day – admit card, photo id card, or any other document. Electronic gadgets, written texts, log tables, packaged eatables, etc. are not allowed inside the exam hall. Last year, candidates had to carry with them items like pencils, erasers, and black ball point pen. But since from this year the exam is conducted in online mode, these items are inessential.

Follow the JEE Advanced 2019 last minute preparation tips mentioned above, and you will be able to stay a step ahead of your competitor!

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sir i passed in class 10th in 2016 and class 12th in 2019 but i got 60 percentage in 12th so i decided to do direct 12th from nios board so now if i got more than 75 percentage in nios board in 2020 would i be eligible for jee advance or not

Aditya kumar Student Expert 16th Oct, 2019

Hello there!

Greetings !

First of all I want to make one thing clear that only scoring 75 percent in class 12th doesn't make anyone eligible for jee advance , in order to be eligible for jee advance,  you need to clear jee mains but yes since you have scored more than 75 % in nios boards so you will be eligible for nits , iits etc if you performed well in jee as nios board is a recognised board and it is accepted by nits , iits etc. So , prepare well for jee

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sir i dropped for the first time in 2018 to prepare for jee mains and jee advanced,but in 2019 when i was about to give these papers i sufferd from acute pancreatitis and thus i was not able to give paper.now i have decided to give mains in january 2020 .will this 2 year gap affect me in future

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 16th Oct, 2019

Dear Vishu, the year gap will not affect your future because you had medical issues. You can appear for JEE Mains 2020 and secure a seat and take admission. During placements, there will be questions asked and so keep all your Medical documents intact. It's not that they would want to check it but it is just for your justification. But for now, your focus should remain JEE Mains 2020 and you can cross that ship when time comes. During placements, what matters is your aggregate in your Bachelors and also your performance in the Interview.

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minimum percentile required in jee mains to qualify for jee advanced?

Shareef 15th Oct, 2019
Hello,
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JEE advance will be conducted on may 17 and one should must possess all the below 5 mentioned eligiblity criteria,
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  • Performance in JEE mains,
It is essential for the candidates to have qualified JEE mains and be among the top 250,000

  • Age limit
There's no age limit, since the supreme court has said one who is 25 and above is eligible for the exam

  • Number of attempts
JEE advanced can be attempted maximum of 2 times in 2 consecutive years

  • Admission in the IIT
Candidates who had already admitted in IITs are not eligible.

  • Performance in the 12th
One should score at least 75% aggregate in 12th and if the student is SC/ST/PWD he should secure 65%.
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Once you are eligible by considering the above mentioned criteria you are ready for JEE advance.
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Best of luck
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sir is there any student who completed his 12th from Telangana open school and written jee mains and jee advanced

Shudhanshu Gupta Student Expert 14th Oct, 2019
Hello aspirant I am here for helping you.
Yes there are many students who have completed their class 12th from Telangana institute of open schooling and filled form for JEE mains and will give JEE advanced you can share your problem with us we will provide you a satisfactory resolution.
I hope you got it.
Feel free to ask any query in comment section.
Best of luck.
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